When a man lays his mind bare honestly, he provides a specimen for others to examine.
It is in the spirit of confession that I would like to accurately portray my subjective world view. In a very real sense — for each and all of us — all we have is our own subjective world view. I believe that everyone cannot help but have his/her own unique world view. My world view is heavily reformatted by Baba’s revealed truths. I have completely forgone the conventionally accepted world view in favor of an entirely different kind of construct based on the ‘revealed truths’. So here is how I see existence, or at least how I’m trying to see existence:
For me there is no error in the Universe. That means that I believe that everyone and everything is exactly where they need to be. I see a perfect Universe that needs no fixing, no correction, and no adjustment. I see existence as being under flawless management, by the most competent manager possible endowed with no less than infinite power, and infinite knowledge. For the layman, this translates into “Nothing can’t do!” and “Nothing don’t know!” Here is a manager who does his work with infinite precision, infinite efficiency, zero lag time, and at no cost. He has no depreciating assets, 0-point energy, no accounts payables, and an infinite cash-flow that is accessible instantly. Here is a manager whose thoughts actually take form; to whom nothing is impossible, including, but not limited to:
Being everywhere in the space-time continuum at all times.
Knowing your thoughts before you think them.
Putting “The Universe” on pause to get more popcorn.
Kicking you in the back of the face— a feat no one except Chuck Norris and God can do.
On the important matter of the phenomenon also known a Chuck Norris, as you may already know, countless credible witnesses have testified under oath to having witnessed Chuck Norris actually count to infinity — twice. That’s right — not once — but twice! Though it may not seem feasible for us ordinary mortals to grasp, one must consider the possibility that in quite the same way an Orangutan would struggle with Calculus — what seems impossible for us may not at all be impossible for an infinitely intelligent being. In fact, I’m not sure I even understand what “infinite intelligence” means. Thus, it is not irrational to ponder the possibility that for an infinitely intelligent being, counting to infinity twice might not only be possible — but actually quite easy.
For those of you who don’t know, Chuck Norris is the only living man to reach the eighth plane of consciousness. If you are not at all that familiar with the eighth plane of consciousness,—which Baba, for good reason, didn’t really mention — the Road Runner, Bugs Bunny, the Pink Panther, Forrest Gump, and Mr. Bean are some of the fictional characters on this plane of consciousness. Chuck Norris is the only “living man” to actually achieve this high status.
Lets get back to infinite intelligence. It is how it combines with infinite precision that makes infinite intelligence really interesting. Just imagine what it would be like to have instant processing power capable of crunching any amount of data in zero seconds flat every time, with zero download time, instant uploads, an omni-wireless network, directly interfaced, fully-automated, and fully optimized with zero error, zero data loss, zero drag, and no round-up-errors — all with no hardware, no operator necessary, and no power source needed. Here is a man to whom irrational numbers are — for lack of a better word — rational. Here is a man who knows which number is the last digit of “pi.” I’m talking about this number: pi=3.14159 26535 89793 23846 26433 83279 50288 41971 69399 37510 58209 74944 59230 78164 06286 20899 86280 34825 34211 70679 82148 08651 32823 06647 09384 46095 50582 23172 53594 08128 48111 74502 84102 70193 85211 05559 64462 29489 54930 38196 44288 10975 66593 34461 28475 64823 37867 83165 27120 19091 45648 56692 34603 48610 45432 66482 13393 60726 02491 41273 72458 70066 06315 58817 48815 20920 96282 92540 91715 36436 78925 90360 01133 05305 48820 46652 13841 46951 94151 16094 33057 27036 57595 91953 09218 61173 81932 61179 31051 18548 07446 23799 62749 56735 18857 52724 89122 79381 83011 94912 98336 73362 44065 66430 86021……..for ever….and ever….
For those of you who don’t know the last number of “pi,” according to Chuck Norris, it has to be eleven, because that’s how many characters are in his name. I gotta admit, the man does present a strong argument.
I see the world as a movie called “The Universe.” Written and directed by God; Starring God as all the characters, with set design, computer graphics, and special effects by God, produced by God, and distributed by God Inc., all rights reserved. Most critics agree that the movie was way too long but praised its visceral realism. Yet interestingly, others insist “The Universe” is the shortest movie of all time. They say it was over before it even started in less than a nanosecond, in what they called “the eternal now.”
Since I believe that this Universe that I am currently occupying is under flawless and un-improvable management, I believe everyone believes exactly what they believe because that is exactly what they need to be believing at this very moment. What anyone believes, to me, is literally God’s will, and therefore I have no desire to change it. Why affect that which is already a perfect expression of His Will? To me anything that seems “wrong” in the world can only be “wrong just right.” Why? Because it’s gotta be. If it ain’t — there is no God. This belief puts me on a “need to know” basis, which means that I will know what I need to know when Baba needs me to know it. I believe this is true, not just for me, but for everybody. Everyone will come to know exactly what they need to know exactly when they need to know it. God doesn’t need my help, he being the only doer anyway. For me, the movie called “The Universe” is already on a disc. Finished.
Thus, my purpose here is not to change anyone’s mind, or to spark up a debate. My purpose is just to share with others how I have come to see the world based on the revealed truths. When a man lays his mind bare honestly, he provides a specimen for other minds to examine. St. Augustine wrote a book called ‘Confessions’. In it he lays his mind bare, his entire life naked for anyone to see. St. Augustine confesses to quite a bit of womanizing. He says, “God, make me pure, but not just yet.” Most people start their diets tomorrow. Who would have thought St. Augustine had thoughts just like mine. His honesty has helped me to see my own self clearer. It is in this spirit, the spirit of confession, that I lay my mind bare.
Confession allows for a form of fellowship wherein everyone is free to express themselves as they see fit. In fellowship, we can express our own unique views without any consequences. Everyone has a unique world view. I prefer a fellowship wherein no one is trying to change anyone’s mind about anything. Thomas Jefferson once said, “I have no right to deprive a man of the joy he derives from his error.” Alan Watts would say “let the fool persist in his folly so that he may become wise.” As I mentioned, for me people believe what Baba needs them to believe.
For example, when I am with an atheist I see a person rightfully atheist. I know his arguments well and can see the truth therein. Ironically, it is God that can never be proven. To be able to prove God, you’d have to first define God. Right there, game’s over. How can we define that which is beyond description, that which defies definition. To the enormous question “What is God?” —asked by a scientist — Baba gave the most complete answer possible. In a massive feat of efficiency, Baba was able to distill the answer to the most enormous question in the world down to a single sentence with only four words. Baba answered by asking “What is not God?” Wow! This is a complete answer, yet in the form of a question. Further, it is not a definition either. To define means to “make finite,” or “finitize.” We define things by clarifying what it is they are not. God being unlimited, even our conception of God cannot be limited, nor can it be ‘finite-ized’ into a definition.
In a similar vein, when asked for proof of God, it is said that Lao Tzu responded by asking — “Does one need a lamp to see the sun?” A more straightforward answer was given to Moses. To Moses, God answered, “I am that I am.” What kind of an answer is that? Yet, for some reason, it somehow makes perfect sense. The mind cannot answer questions that out-fractal the mind. God’s miracle IS the Universe — way too big for us to prove. From my point of view, the atheist is believing exactly what Baba needs him to be believing at this moment. His life is none of my business. Only my life is my business. And even in my life, most of it is His business — for Baba has made clear to me that “loving me is your business, and the rest of it is my(Baba) business.”